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AARP Oregon is seeking dedicated volunteers to serve on its Executive Council and Diversity Advisory Committee, which help guide advocacy, outreach and service efforts around the state.
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Whether you are a new or current Medicare beneficiary, or are several years away from enrolling in Medicare, AARP of Oregon is committed to helping our members find meaningful volunteer opportunities in the community. By volunteering just a few hours a month, you can make a powerful difference in someone’s life. SHIBA is this kind of opportunity!
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Did you know 4th graders who can’t read at grade-level are four times less likely to graduate from high school?
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What do you do when your family members’ situation dramatically changes so that they cannot maintain their independence without assistance? What if it happens to a friend or neighbor? In what ways can we create more interdependent communities?
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AARP Oregon has been a longtime supporter of the Money Management Programs here in Oregon. Easter Seals Oregon, the Oregon Department of Human Services and community service agencies work together to deliver the Oregon Money Management Program around the state. Trained volunteers help low-income older adults with daily money management tasks and make a difference in people’s lives by helping them remain as independent as possible. In as little as two-hours per month volunteers can help create financial stability, prevent homelessness, promote independence, and stop financial abuse, eviction, utility cut off, and loss of independence.
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